Kelmscott village is famouse for Kelmscott Manor. This is a Tudor manor house which was the home of William Morris, founder of the Arts and Crafts movement.
Where To Visit
Kelmscott Manor - famous as the summer home of William Morris. House and gardens open April to end of October.
River Thames - Many parts accessible including the source near Kemble.
Morris Memorial Hall - constructed in memory of William Morris and erected in 1934 to coincide with Morris's centenary. The hall was opened by George Bernard Shaw in the presence of Ramsay Macdonald.
St. George's Church - is the only medieval building in Kelmscott. It is situated in the north part of the village and was constructed possibly in the later 11th century.
The Plough Public House - built in 1631 and situated in Kelmscott.
Manor Farm B&B - a National Trust 17th Century farmhouse with a friendly relaxed atmosphere. The farm is a mixed arable and beef farm consisting of 315 acres run by the family. http://www.kelmscottbandb.co.uk
Home Farm - the home of Kelmscott Country Pork.
Rediscover the taste of fresh local tasty pork, produced on a traditional English farm in the Coltswolds.